By Nathan Farr
The article: Innovation Isn’t an Idea Problem by David Burkus at Harvard Business Review
What I think:
As many of you that work with us understand, it is the leadership of an organisation that creates the culture, which in turn delivers the results (for better or worse).
As the Australian economy starts to rebound over the course of 2021, the need to innovate to create a competitive advantage has never been higher. But how does your workplace culture support innovation? Does it assume as the article highlights that good ideas don’t already exist in the minds of your team? Or are your systems of work around innovation and ideas generation actually serving as a disincentive for employees to purse innovative ideas?